Kymata claims the addition to the company's line of opto-electronic integrated circuits dramatically reduces system time to market

August 1, 2000

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Burlingame, Calif. -- Kymata Ltd., a leading designer and manufacturer of opto-electronic integrated circuits for the telecommunications industry, today announced at OPTICON 2000 the company's new P114-VOA (Variable Optical Attenuation) Evaluation System for dense wavelength division multiplexing (DWDM) applications. By using this evaluation system, complex optical wavelength systems can be rapidly prototyped and easily controlled, dramatically reducing system time to market.

"Using our P114-VOA system, Kymata customers can easily evaluate our VOA and obtain highly accurate attenuation capability for optical transmission systems," said Jim McGonigal, Product Manager at Kymata, Ltd. "This product along with our complete line demonstrates our commitment to the DWDM communications market to offer solutions that will dramatically reduce time to market."

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